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Queensland brings GPS ambulance tracking to the public

The Queensland Ambulance Service is using GPS tracking to allow members of the public to view the whereabouts of the state's ambulance fleet.

By 26 August 2014

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Queensland police mapping crime scenes with 3D scanner

The Queensland police will be using the CSIRO's Zebedee scanner to map crime scenes in 3D.

By 18 February 2014

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There he blows! Super rare albino humpback whale caught on video

The albino humpback whale spotted, and filmed, off Australia's Gold Coast may be the son of a famous albino humpback whale named Migaloo. Don't anyone tell Captain Ahab.

By 12 August 2015

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Police go on Facebook to charge Nickelback with crimes against music

Police in the Australian state of Queensland decide that the controversially bland band must be stopped.

By 21 May 2015

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Meet a marsupial that has 14-hour suicidal sex marathons

The dusky antechinus is endangered -- and not only because all the males die from the stress of having too much sex every year.

By 3 June 2015

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Uber snags Facebook exec as its first chief security officer

Joe Sullivan, who had the same role at the social network, makes the leap to the car-hailing service, where he'll be in charge of data security.

By 3 April 2015

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Two adorable new spiders found: Meet Sparklemuffin and Skeletorus

Two new species of peacock spider have been found in Queensland, Australia -- the colourful Sparklemuffin and the spooky Skeletorus.

By 6 March 2015

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Father attends birth of his son from 4,000 km away via Samsung VR

An Australian man working 4,000 kilometres from home attended the birth of his child in real-time using virtual reality.

By 16 March 2015

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Non-invasive ultrasound restores memory in Alzheimer's mice

Ultrasound technology could provide a non-invasive way of treating Alzheimer's disease after researchers successfully restore memories to mice.

By 12 March 2015

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TPP protects rights holders, not consumers, says Senator Ludlam

As Trans-Pacific Partnership talks continue, Greens Senator Scott Ludlam has said the trade deal is just designed to protect big rights holders -- an argument one Senator says is a "conspiracy".

By 13 February 2015